A D King Gala 2016

Thanks to Mrs. Naomi Ruth Berber King, Ooni of Ife, Ojaja II, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, the Civil Rights Matriarchs, and Oba Osijeman Adefunmi II of Oyotunji Village South Carolina. A single story mentality robs people of their dignity, self-pride, inequality, feelings of a second class citizen and lack of respect. Perception matters, black lives matter, all lives matter. The devil is not in any particular color but in all colors. However, power coupled with devilish intentions unleash darkness of the hour in an imaginable dimension and scope.
The single story creates an incomplete episode of events, stories matter and can be used to empower and stories can be used to repair human broken dignity. When we reject a single story we regain our paradise, and the unconditional love to seek the truth. The Civil Rights Movement is not a single story. Pass it on..Please Share the story. Thank you.
Chimamanda Adichie

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